AI Causes Opposite Effect, Bing’s Share Falls Down After ChatGPT Integration!

BingChat was supposed to be a Game Changer for the search engine!

Latest News On May 14th: Earlier this year, Microsoft launched BingChat, a chatbot based on generative artificial intelligence, and gained widespread attention.

Read More: Microsoft Bing Search Exceeds 100 Million Daily Active Users for the First Time!

We at Inspire2Rise also covered it extensively as the close integration with ChatGPT and the launch of ChatGPT 4 in BingChat before OpenAI’s version led to quite a lot of excitement in the tech world.

Read More: Microsoft Introduces new Chat GPT Powered Bing!

But recently, according to the latest report from the market research agency Statcounter, in April this year, Bing’s market share did not rise but fell after embracing the path of AI.

The report shows that Bing accounted for only 7.14% of global searches in April, compared with 8.23% in March.

In addition, the market share of other search engines in April is as follows:

  • Google accounted for 86.71%;
  • Yahoo accounted for 2.14%;
  • Yandex accounted for 1.88%;
  • DuckDuckGo accounted for 0.67%.

It is worth mentioning that in early May, Microsoft officially announced that BingChat is open to all users, which is expected to increase Bing’s market share to a certain extent.

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AI Causes Opposite Effect, Bing’s Share Falls Down After ChatGPT Integration!

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